Clavaroid Fungus (Ramaria stricta) - Stock image

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Upload date:November 09, 2013


Ramaria stricta (Fr.) Quél. Upright Coral, Steife Koralle Clavaire étroite, Merev korallgomba. Fruit body 4–10cm high, 3–8cm wide, ochraceous tinged with flesh-colour becoming darker or brownish cinnamon with age, tips of branches at first clear yellow then concolorous; all parts bruising vinaceous, stem arising from white mycellum or rhizomorphs, passing into numerous dichotomous branches. Flesh white or pale yellow, tough. Taste slightly peppery, smell sweet. Spores cinnamon-ochraceous, oblong, minutely rough to almost smooth 7–10 x 4–5µ. Habitat on stumps of conifers and broad-leaved trees. Season late summer to winter. Uncommon. Not edible. Distribution, America and Europe (source R. Phillips).
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